Must-try: Myung In Dumplings on Convoy
Myung In Dumplings has brought its eclectic take on the handmade Asian dumpling to San Diego. Long popular in Los Angeles, Myung In Dumplings offers a tasty hybrid of Korean ingredients served up using Chinese preparation.
Known in L.A. for having the best dumplings, this new San Diego area transplant makes a variety of the treats, ranging from many versions of Korean dumplings to larger ball-like mandu (king) dumplings. Those king steamed buns are Myung In’s signature dish, and the buns come chock full of veggies and meat.
Myung In Dumplings also offers a variety of classic boiled dumplings as well as some noodle soup options, too. There are delectable pan-fried dumplings as well. Fried, steamed or soup-immersed - the dumpling choice is yours at Myung In Dumplings. Spicy soup and fried rice round out the menu offerings.
Recently, Myung In Dumplings was featured on Anthony Bourdain’s hourlong CNN show, “Parts Unknown.” Bourdain is reported to have described the fare at this dumpling hot spot as fantastic.
From its spicy steamed roll dumplings with accompanying chili paste to its wang (king) mandu in pork or vegetable versions, the fare at Myung In Dumplings is all handmade, often right in sight of the customers. Dine-in to enjoy a wide array of dumplings that never skimp on ingredients.
To sample the dumplings famous in Los Angeles, visit Myung In Dumplings in San Diego at 4344 Convoy St., or call (858) 361-3160.
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